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    Default image-creation and heavy-rotation: +3 dimension [see online-demo!]

    hello dear irfanview-friends,

    if it comes to imgage design and work - i am a Greenhorn - so sorry for the noob-question:

    how can this be achieved - well should i collect some images of profieles and put them together to somewhat called a wallpaper: see the demo:

    http://s3.amazonaws.com/twitter_prod...4012088/bg.jpg

    well - finally they gave them a kind of thrill - can this be achieved with irfanview. They streched the image - well - the question is. Can this be achieved with Irfanview: the tasks step by step.

    1. putting toghether the images - almost simple1
    2. rotation in two directions - almost a heavy task


    well - i am wondering how step two can be achieved


    look forwardd to hear from you

    regards
    joo

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    I don't know if it can be achieved with IrfanView... why don't you try with the distortion tools of The GIMP after building the base image with IV?
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    hello MItaly

    many thanks - well i think that this can be achieved with GIMP.

    Quote Originally Posted by MItaly View Post
    I don't know if it can be achieved with IrfanView... why don't you try with the distortion tools of The GIMP after building the base image with IV?

    how would you create ( build) the base image with IV? Can this be done with Irfanview!?`

    Look forward to hear form you Joo

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    To build the basic rectangular image in IrfanView, use Thumbnails, Create contact sheet.

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    hi there

    Quote Originally Posted by Bhikkhu Pesala View Post
    To build the basic rectangular image in IrfanView, use Thumbnails, Create contact sheet.
    got the first example - and now i run some blur-tasks. Not i want to add a speial effect to the image-mosaic. to specify: i want to have some kind of focus.

    see the above mentioned example. Well if i cannot do it in irfanview - i try out the gimp

    i come back and report all my findings

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    Quote Originally Posted by joo_driven View Post
    Can this be achieved with Irfanview: the tasks step by step.

    1. putting toghether the images - almost simple1
    2. rotation in two directions - almost a heavy task

    well - i am wondering how step two can be achieved
    regards
    joo
    Hello again Joo
    Now that Bhikkhu Pesala has responded on step 1, I will add that step 2 can be achieved too by using an Adobe 8bf filter (again). This time you need Perspective correction by Martin Vicanek.
    For the skew effect you show in your attachment you will need to set Focal length to maximum (1000) and adjust Pan and Tilt to get the right amount of skew.

    Gimp takes a lot of learning. Paintstar is easier but Irfanview is always my preference whenever possible, even if I do have to use plugins.
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